The remaining board members agreed to move forward on patching a pothole in the road and agreed to table a decision on paving and taking maintenance control over the road until their next meeting.
The vote to table to resolution was 3-1, with Matthews voting against.
Work on a third site in River Ridge Commerce Center was granted several exceptions to its development and will likely break ground in the coming weeks.
Lee Wilburn, President of Crossdock Development, said the groundbreaking on a building at 800 Patrol Road could commence as early as this week.
The development plans for the site were approved by Jeffersonville’s Planning and Zoning Commission in late-January and by River Ridge Tuesday.
Wilburn said the planned development will be constructed in two phases and once completed will total 666,280 square feet.
In addition, he said a deal is imminent on the building next door at 700 Patrol Road, often referred to as the Census Building.
Wilburn said Crossdock is in final negotiations between two tenants to lease the building.